NIGHT MARKET - London Food Month

We're very excited to be taking part in The Evening Standard's Night Market form 7-18th June in Celebration of London Food Month. Book your tickets at londonfoodmonth.co.uk, there's lots going on. Here's what Evening Standard has to say about it:

Dusk is when the magic happens. Wander through Hyde Park’s Kensington Gardens, unquestionably one of the capital’s most beautiful spots, and you’ll find a fairy-light-dappled hedgerow entrance leading into a delectable wonderland, where you’ll find the city’s best street food vendors, a pop-up cinema and enough secret snug spots to savour your Los Churros Amigos churros.   Springing up near Kensington Palace next month, the Night Market promises to be London Food Month’s crowning glory, a nightly banquet from June 7-18 fit for royalty (Wills and Kate have a cottage here, after all). This, though, is for the people. It’s set to be a “genuinely different London experience”, according to London Food Month’s creative director Grace Dent, with “food from all over the planet, some huge names, some small unique names we want you to discover, all reflecting London’s diversity and its position as an unparalleled food destination”. 
Dusk is when the magic happens. Wander through Hyde Park’s Kensington Gardens, unquestionably one of the capital’s most beautiful spots, and you’ll find a fairy-light-dappled hedgerow entrance leading into a delectable wonderland, where you’ll find the city’s best street food vendors, a pop-up cinema and enough secret snug spots to savour your Los Churros Amigos churros.  
Springing up near Kensington Palace next month, the Night Market promises to be London Food Month’s crowning glory, a nightly banquet from June 7-18 fit for royalty (Wills and Kate have a cottage here, after all). This, though, is for the people.
It’s set to be a “genuinely different London experience”, according to London Food Month’s creative director Grace Dent, with “food from all over the planet, some huge names, some small unique names we want you to discover, all reflecting London’s diversity and its position as an unparalleled food destination”. 

The Sunday Times - The Dish

Our recipe for lemon and za'atar chicken skewers with fiery zhoug appeared in the Sunday Times food magazine The Dish, with a beautiful front cover image reminding us of summer days to come! See the full recipe here

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Laffa's recipe in the Sunday Times magazine - try it at home!

Flat Iron Square

You can find Laffa trading permanently at London's food, drink and entertainment venue Flat Iron Square. We are currently open for lunch 11.30 - 3pm every Tuesday - Friday and 11.30 - 4pm Sundays. Located along the the railway arches at 64 Union Street, SE1 1TD. Closest tube station London Bridge.

TimeOut: London's Best Street Food 2016

TimeOut voted Laffa inside London's Top 25 Best Street Food:

There are many Middle Eastern flatbreads being toasted, filled and rolled in London, but this is the only stall so committed to the wrap itself that it’s named after it. Laffa offers expertly flavoured salads, meats and sauces, cooking ingredients to order and piling them up into a herby, fragrant bundle of joy
— TimeOut